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We love our specialty mountain and road bikes, but it’s hard to beat a trusty commuter for everyday riding. Canyon, a direct-to-consumer bike brand based in Germany, has finally started distributing in the U.S., and we were eager to get our hands on its newest commuter. Here's what our gear editor Ben Fox loves about the Urban 8.0.